The ESPN Club closed earlier this year to make way for the Cake Bake Shop. A crane and cherry picker was spotted earlier this month and now it’s clear what they were removing. All identifying features of the old ESPN Club have been removed and painted white.
The walls that previously blocked us from getting to close have been removed. A sign has been placed outside to promote the Cake Bake Shop that is coming next year.
All the signs and colors from the ESPN Sports Club have been taken down or painted over. The only hint of color that remains is the purple pillars that used to sit beside the restaurant’s sign.
A several planters and barriers have been placed alongside the windows. They will likely be moved around as more construction takes place outside the building, so that guests can’t get too close.
The coat of white paint certainly fits the theme of the Cake Bake Shop, which is known for its romantic rose garden theme and shades of pastel.
ESPN related billboards used to be on display here.
Perhaps new billboards will go up featuring cakes and other treats? All in all, a very exciting development for Disney’s BoardWalk.
Let us know what you think of the change and if you are looking forward to the Cake Bake Shop. What will you be trying first?
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4 thoughts on “ESPN Club Signs Now Completely Removed at Disney’s BoardWalk”
Depressing. That was such a great place to watch college football in the fall. And replace it with what? Another concept lacking creativity that will get little demand. Another great decision at WDW.
Kind of surprised that the CNN of sports is still a thing at all.
WTH. Disney? Bad, bad move. What a great hangout spot removed for what? Cake? Ugh!
I worked there in the late 90’s and early 2k’s. What a Great Time when we actually had Professional Sports Players and Coaches come in and talk one on one with the guests and Now its ALL Gone.
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